Florida education news: Common Core, school buses, substitute teachers and more
NO MORE: Manatee superintendent Rick Mills says he's unaware of any other administrators who might be charged in the investigation into child abuse by a former assistant football coach, the Bradenton Herald reports.
NEW CHARTER: A long dispute over a new charter school in a Broward subdivision is about to end, the Sun-Sentinel reports.
BETTER BUSING: Broward officials say they expect school buses to arrive on time this year, unlike a year ago, the Sun-Sentinel reports.
LOTS OF SUBS: Marion County becomes a test site for the effectiveness of using large numbers of full-time substitutes in classrooms, the Ocala Star-Banner reports.
ARRESTED: A Flagler high school teacher is arrested for having sex with an underage female student, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.
BAD WRITING: Teachers look for ways to improve student writing from the poor grammar and spelling that texting has created, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reports.
SAFETY FIRST: Central Florida school districts aim to improve campus security as children return for classes, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
MUDDLE IN THE MIDDLE: Escambia middle schools perform poorly and educators seek meaningful improvements, the Pensacola News-Journal reports.